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FRONTIER FIGHTERSThis is not your typical western drama -- it is a series that will transport you back in time to the days of the wild, unsettled west. Retrace the steps of heroes who, despite the odds, fought and conquered the West.
Frontier Fighters was a syndicated series that ran sometime during the 1930s. Each show dealt with some bit of history about the early West and ran for approximately 15 minutes. From Robert La Salle's navigation of the Mississippi River, to Lewis and Clark's challenge of reaching the West Coast of North America, Frontier Fighters will take you on an exciting voyage of the taming of the Wild West. This is American History at its best!
OTRR Release Information:
Series Name: Frontier Fighters
Release Status: OTRR Certified Complete
Release Date: June 22, 2007
Release Version: Version 1
Number of CDs: 1
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- 2007-08-10 20:37:53
Subject: Re-writing History - Maybe?
Diseases - from contaminated foods ill stored - from putrified drinking water - Outhouses - shared bathwater...
Medicines that were woefully inadequate
Railroad tycoons that claimed a mile-wide right-of-way everywhere tracks were laid
Child labour that was only a very small portion of unimaginable and imaginable abuses of anyone weaker
Yeah, the good old days... Maybe the good old Fables. These are NICELY (if you get my drift - what drift? Current) done stories featuring the poetically licensed and santitized psuedo historical vingnetes of a time when there are no remaining witnesses to refute the fantasy.
Man, talk about waxing poetic!
Subject: Ignore the P.C. police
Subject: History - or Propaganda?
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